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Sep 13, 2010 12:00pm EDT
the health alert a new study suggests that stints, which are used to prop open arteries may not be a good idea for stroke patients over 70. researchers town elderly patients doubled their risk of having another stroke or dying, compared those who had surgery. experts believe the reason may be that the arteries of older people are more easily damaged during the stint procedure. taking multivitamins may not necessarily help colon cancer patients battle the disease. in a study of 1,000 people the vitamins failed to lower the chances of colorectal cancer deaths vitamins also failed to lower the likelihood of a cancer returning among survivors. despite the findings, researchers say certain vitamins may be helpful in fighting off cancer. >>> that hand sanitizer that is everywhere may not be protecting you from getting ill. a study, from the university of virginia, says using alcohol- based sanitizer may not limit your chances of catching a cold or the flu. in a test, people who used the sanitizer still had germs on their hands. the amount was slightly less than those that didn't use it. th
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